Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site is a historic house museum in Hyde Park, New York. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1940. It is owned and operated by the National Park Service.
The property, historically known as Hyde Park, was one of several homes owned by Frederick William Vanderbilt and his wife Louise Holmes Anthony. The 54-room Vanderbilt mansion was designed by the preeminent architectural firm McKim, Mead & White. Construction occurred between 1896 and 1899. The house is an example of the Beaux-Arts architecture style. The interiors are archetypes of the American Renaissance, blending European architectural salvage, antiques, and fine period reproductions representing an array of historical styles. The site includes 211 acres of the original larger property situated on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River and includes manicured lawns, formal gardens, woodlands, and numerous auxiliary buildings.
Daily: 9 am - 5 pm
The mansion is accessible by guided tour only - see the official website for schedule.
General admission: $10
Children 15 and under: free
Official Website https://www.nps.gov/vama/index.htm
Phone +1 845 229 9115
Address Hyde Park, New York, NY 12538, USA
Coordinates 41°47'47.069" N -73°56'32.68" E